Will re-tooling the fourth line be enough to get the Bruins over the top? Not according to Kirk Luedeke, regional scout for Red Line Report and New England Hockey Journal contributor.
Left defense turned out to be the Bruins’ Achilles’ heel come playoff time.
Bruins defenseman Torey Krug discussed the disappointment of losing a Game 7 to Montreal and weighed in on what went wrong against the Canadiens with Gresh & Zo Friday afternoon.
During their 4-2 win in Game 5, the Bruins proved that there’s nothing the same about their power play compared to past years.
It’s obvious that when the Bruins brag about organizational depth, they’re not lying.
Bruins defenseman Torey Krug joined Gresh & Zo on Friday to chat about Boston’s dramatic Game 4 win over the Habs.
Secondary scoring is meant to be secondary. Here’s a breakdown of the top-line, and the five things that can get them going in Game 4.
After an “embarrassing” loss in Game 3, Matt Kalman calls out the Boston blue line.
The series is now tied 1-1 heading to Montreal for Game 3 on Saturday because the Bruins rallied from 3-1 down in the third period.
Positivity rang out from all the Bruins’ voices a little more than 12 hours after Montreal Canadiens defenseman P.K. Subban ended Game 1 of the Eastern Conference first round series with a power-play goal in double overtime.